This Home’s Walls Open Wide To The Outside


The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

Czarl Architects, collectively with Mink Architects, have made a home for a family in which mothers and fathers, young children and grandparents can reside with each other.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The home, found in Singapore, sits on a website surrounded by mature trees and dense vegetation, and is available from the front by a steep road.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The heart of the property is the open program residing spot.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

To hold the property great, the house can open up to permit the breeze to flow by way of the room.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

A double height loft area above the dining table also assists in the air movement.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

Just off the main residing area is the swimming pool.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The property office overlooks the open space over the dining table.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

On the leading floor of the property, is the master bedroom.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The bedroom completely opens up to the sloped grassy location.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

Decorative screens supply some privacy for the bedroom.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

The master bathroom is filled with sunlight by way of the skylight.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

At the other finish of the bathroom, the outdoor area is filled with lush vegetation, adding some privacy for the area.

The OOI House, located in Singapore, and designed by Czarl Architects and Mink Architects.
Photography by Tim Nolan

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